DRAKE PLEDGES TO OFF FAN'S MORTGAGE IN LATEST TOUR CHARITABLE ACT

DRAKE PLEDGES TO OFF FAN'S MORTGAGE IN LATEST TOUR CHARITABLE ACT

Drake's generosity has continued on his latest stop of It's All A Blur - Big As The What? tour, and this time, he's given a fan enough money to pay off her mortgage.

The 6 God stopped by the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, MO, on Saturday (March 2). And during an exchange with the crowd, he learned that one fan needed help paying for the mortgage on her parents' house, as she'd been struggling with it since her parents had died.

Grabbing an item from the crowd, Drake read a message from the fan out loud, then proceeded to ask for clarification.

"Your mom passed away?," he says in footage from the touching moment. "Oh this is the outstanding balance right here? That's a lot of money right there. But you know what? Imma pay your whole mortgage for you. That's 160 bands but, Imma pay out of my pocket, that's gonna come from me."

Check out the sweet gesture below.


This is just the latest exchange in Drake's storied tour generosity this go around.

Earlier this month, he stopped by the Steel City, where he went through his string of hits for the sold-out crowd, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

About three-quarters of the way through the show, Drake told the audience to hug random people, because one never knows what they might be going through. He looked out in the audience and spotted a fan holding up a sign that said, "Ur music carried me through cancer," wherein he promised the survivor $50,000 for her trouble.

The week before that, the Toronto rapper invaded Nashville, TN alongside J. Cole for their joint It's All a Blur - Big as the What? Tour.

During his set, Drizzy noticed a fan in the crowd holding up a sign that read: "Just Finished Chemo." He then asked for the cameras to show the woman's sign to the crowd.

"Listen, forget Drake, forget anybody else in this building right now. That's a true soldier right there," he said to cheers from the crowd.

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The OVO hitmaker then went one step further and promised to give the fan $100,000.

"I hope my manager doesn't kill me 'cause I've never really done this much, but listen, I want you to cash this in at the end of the night," he added. "We're gonna give you $100,000. I love you and I wish you the best."

According to The Tennessean, the recipient is Lauren Schwallier, a 33-year-old from Nashville who has been fighting off breast cancer since March 2022.

"One thing led to another and I was at the front of the stage and Drake blew me a kiss and told me that he loved me! That's all I was focused on... and then just like the money on top of it is just insane," she said.

The outlet reported that Schwallier is in touch with Drake's team who are expected to reach back out to her about the generous donation.


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